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So, what do you think? Its been a whole month now since the arrival of the new Dan Brown opus, The Lost Symbol, and sales have been brisk to say the least. Some 3 million of you have purchased the tome and it looks like success is pretty much assured. Read more...
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To understand why Dan Brown's past keeps coming back to haunt him, let me tell you a little about the time we hooked up for dinner... Read more...
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I'm not sure if Dan Brown ever envisioned himself as a messiah, but he certainly is now. Read more...
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You may have noticed that this week is The Week: The Week that Dan Brown's "The Lost Symbol" will be released to eager readers across the nation, eager readers who haven't been able to find anything else that interested them to read since Brown's 2003 "The Da Vinci Code." Read more...
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A quick glance at the Dan Brown Twitter and Facebook pages this week reveals not so much a new clue as a competition. Accordingly we are all invited to submit our own Caesar Ciphers in order to get some kind of free copy of The Lost Symbol. At the bottom of this blog is my own Caesar Cipher. Can you decode it? Read more...
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I don't know about you guys, but I'm enjoying the Tweets and clues being left by Dan Brown and his publisher over at his Facebook page and his Twitter site. Not because I think that the clues to life the universe and everything are being divulged there, but because its become a great place to people watch. Read more...
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I'm off to Washington DC this weekend. It will be my first ever visit to DC and a much needed one in light of the setting for The Lost Symbol. Read more...
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And so we find ourselves here, today, looking at what is sure to be one of the publishing world's biggest releases in many a year. So, will the long wait between The Da Vinci Code and The Lost Symbol be worth it? Read more...
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I've never met Dan Brown, but I sometimes feel as if I know him pretty well. Let me explain. Read more...
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